Wines of Castilla y León are among the most recognized in Spain. With an extra flavor and a quality defined by its long experience, history and tradition, they are exported overseas and have an excellent life with outstanding cellars.
This is the case of the wine of Toro, which extends over the community of Castilla y León, mainly in Zamora and a part of Valladolid, with a total of 62,000 ha and a vineyard area of 8,000 ha.
The most important grape varieties are the Tinta de Toro, a Tempranillo uniqueness of unknown origin, although it could date from the Roman age and currently has the certification seal as an autochthonous variety and name. Other varieties of the DO Toro are Garnacha, Verdejo and Malvasia.Read more